Obviously, a great news that engineers with BTech degrees will find it easier to seek jobs and opportunities for higher education abroad from 2013.
Engineers with undergraduate degrees will find it easier to seek jobs and opportunities for higher studies abroad from 2013, if India’s bid to join the elite Washington Accord for international accreditation is accepted. […] The National Board of Accreditation, under the aegis of All India Council for Technical Education, plans to bid to become a permanent member of the Washington Accord in June 2013. […] India is yet to invite the Washington Accord to audit its accreditation system, a crucial process for becoming a full member, despite the country being granted a provisional status in 2007.
A survey, commissioned by Norton, has found that Indians spend more time on social networking sites than on checking e-mails.
…Indian spends 9.7 hours a week on social networking sites like Facebook and chatting on other applets, while the same for email stands at a poor 6.1 applets. […] A whopping eight out of ten surveyed said they cannot do without the internet for more than 24 hours.